While Mediapart Elisabeth Borne has been arrested by a NUPES activist, who is accused of attempting to rape, on Tuesday (June 14th).
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Damien Abad is in turmoil. What Tuesday, June 14, Mediapart reports new testimonies involving the new Minister of Solidarity, Autonomy and People with Disabilities. The former boss of the LR deputies, already accused by two women of sexual violence, categorically refuted these allegations. The young woman, who described an attempted rape that allegedly took place in 2010, did not file a complaint. His lawyer, however, told Mediapart that she was proceeding “To the harvesting and overlapping of elements, with a view to bringing all the useful follow-up to it”. Regarding the other two women, one of them filed a complaint twice, in 2012 and then in 2017, before being dismissed without further action. As for the other woman, the Paris prosecutor’s office said it was not investigating the fault “The element that allows the victim to be identified”. The fact remains that the case is challenging the presidential majority, which must respond to these accusations. This is the case ofElisabeth Borne who was questioned during a trip to Calvados on Wednesday, June 15.
Damien Abad case: Elisabeth Borne invites the alleged victims to file a complaint
In the midst of the two rounds of the legislative elections, the new prime minister is paving the way all over France to campaign. This Wednesday, June 15, she was in Calvados, where she is running in the 6th constituency. During a walk, the senior official is called in by a resident, who turns out to be a NUPES activist. A few days after Emmanuel Macron was questioned by a high school student from Tarn, Élisabeth Borne, in turn, has to answer for Damien Abad’s business. “I say that as Prime Minister and as a woman: I invite them (alleged victims) to file a complaint because it is important that justice can tell the facts“A position that seems to be a consensus within the government. As a guest on LCI’s Wednesday morning, Bruno Le Maire said: “If there are any complaints to be filed, let justice be done and justice be decided.”
Premiul Prime Minister left by an activist: “We can’t be trusted”
More at the riveraine seems to have a moral source with this business: “Doesn’t it bother you that a man uses his stature as a man of power to have favors?she asks herself. The former prefect retorts that she is not “judge”, and so it is not up to her to decide the fate of Damien Abad. As the debate shifts to feminicide and domestic violence, the activist called a council on the new head of government: “Be already blameless in the people who represent you, that is, the deputies and the ministers. You can’t trust people who have pots … These are not even pots anymore, but full k ** k kitchens!she says. A formula that flies!